Butch Hartman, the creator of the Fairly Oddparents, has created a drawing of Bowser from the Super Mario series in the art style of the Nickelodeon cartoon. While this is not the first popular video game character the famous animator has created, this Super Mario series villain’s design translated surprisingly well and is an interesting twist on the character’s standard look.

While the appearance of Bowser has changed somewhat over the years since his introduction in the original Super Mario Bros. on the NES, many of his iconic characteristics have remained the same. For example, he still has a huge physique and spiked green shell. While Bowser has already made non-video game appearances, such as the recent Super Mario Bros. Movie, it is still intriguing to see his design translated into the art style of an iconic cartoon.

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On TikTok, Butch Hartman shared a video of himself drawing Bowser in the Fairly Oddparents style. In the roughly one-minute clip, the artist revealed his process of creating the iconic Super Mario villain. Starting with a blank sheet of paper, Hartman sketched out the rough shape of the character. He followed this by adding the major details that made Boswer iconic, such as a spiny shell, horns, and other dragon-like elements. The video ended by showing the finished design, revealing a slightly goofier-looking villain that would fit in with the characters in the Fairly Oddparents show.

Unsurprisingly, this recent drawing from Butch Hartman caught the attention of numerous fans on TikTok. Since uploading the clip to the social media platform, more than 9,000 users have liked the drawing. In addition, many complimented the artist in the comments, noting that they enjoyed the cartoonish look of the character.

For a while now, Butch Hartman has been creating a sizeable presence on social media due to his impressive artwork. Like the Bowser drawing, most of these TikTok videos revolve around Hartman reimagining popular characters from TV, movies, and video games in the art style of some of his most popular shows, such as Farily Oddparents and Danny Phantom. Some examples of his other drawings include reimaginings of Arthur Morgan from Red Dead Redemption 2 and Sephiroth from Final Fantasy 7.

With this recent drawing of Bowser complete, it will be interesting to see if the famous animator will recreate more Super Mario characters in the art style of the Fairly Oddparents. For example, fans commenting on Hartman’s work said they would love to see drawings of Wario, Peach, and Toad, among others. While it is hard to tell what Hartman will share in the coming days, one thing is for sure; whatever he draws next will be worth checking out.

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